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Originally posted by stevcolx
Originally posted by spearhead
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Perhaps to further discredit the end of days criers? Perhaps?
Yup that could be one motive. Or to facilitate in the panic of the sheeple!!??
Evangelical priest Harold Camping has set a new date for the world’s end as he backtracked from a prediction that ‘Judgement Day’ was supposed to come last Saturday.
The US Christian, who made headlines for his outlandish claim that a selected 200 million of the world’s population would be raptured, has now marked 21 October 2011 in his calendar as the real date for the apocalypse.
But according to Camping’s new end of world forecast, the globe will actually be engulfed by a huge fireball - exactly five months after the botched doomsday prediction.
He said he believed rapture didn’t come because God decided to spare humanity five months of “hell on earth.”